Many of the large boarding houses in Lundin Links were built within easy reach of the train station and positioned to enjoy sea views. This postcard image (posted in 1914) shows Ravenswood/Elmwood on the left and Manderlea second from right (just to left of the lamp post). The building next to Manderlea is Westhall. The white-coloured gable end in the distance is what was to become Peacehaven. Back then it too was a boarding house, named Roseneath. Today most of the old boarding houses are flats.
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